Updated: Jul 21
JCPS is offering summer meals again this year for children ages 0-18. While the program looks a little different this year, it aims to make sure no child goes hungry.
JCPS Nutrition Services will be at more than 140 schools & community sites, plus a food truck that will be on the move throughout the community.
Your child does NOT have to be registered with JCPS or go to a JCPS school
All children ages 18 and younger can get nutritious meals at no charge at JCPS Summer Meal sites. JCPS Nutrition Services will provide meals via school locations, mobile routes, and at pools, parks and enrichment sites. Due to changes on the federal level, parents can no longer pick up meals on behalf of their child. Children must attend the sites in person, and meals must be eaten on site. Children must be 18 years of age or younger to participate. (Adults are not served.)
Visit JCPS' Summer Meal Service website for information on meal locations and times.
School and Community Nutrition Services has information about the meal program, reporting any special dietary needs and more. If you have questions, call (502) 485-3186.
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